Albert Einstein wrote and spoke extensively about God and religion. What you think you know about his beliefs may not be true. What did he really believe and why?
This article analyzes the meta-ethical theories of morality from a subjectivist, relativist, error theorist, objectivist, and non-cognitivist perspective. Non-cognitivism debunks theories of morality.
The famous “Pascal’s Wager” asks us to consider the question of the existence of God as a wager. Which is the better bet—belief or disbelief?
An analysis of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics in relationship to the continent and incontinent man, one who is ignorant to his actions and controlled by the appetite of his will.
Death has often been depicted as this final end that no one can escape from. From vampires, to zombies, to even angels and demons, we dream that we could live forever in some other life. But why?
Evolution is one of the best-supported bodies of knowledge in science. Creationism, Creation Science, and Intelligent Design are religious concepts, not science.
Is death the end of consciousness? Why are there so many documented cases in the medical field of people having out-of-body experiences and being conscious of their surroundings while near death?
An exploration of Laudan's argument against the demarcation problem that seeks to define a cleavage between science and pseudoscience, addressing aspects of the philosophy of language and science.
Do we know for sure that consciousness originates in our brain? If not, then maybe we can have conscious thoughts, experiences, and feelings after our death. Scientists have been studying these issues for years.
Join us as we take a look at an alternative belief system that has gathered a bit of momentum in recent years.
We all feel like time goes by faster as we age. Here is an easy-to-understand explanation of why this happens.
False reasoning leads to false conclusions and precludes rational thinking and debate. Learn how to recognize and avoid logical fallacies and how to defend yourself against them.
We tend to analyze in different ways when faced with philosophical questions. Our ability to comprehend and understand differently makes us unique.
This article discusses the native realism and challenges to this theory. Alternate theories considered include indirect realism and idealism.